Speakers

Speaker Date Topic
Jeffrey S. Sallet, Special Agent in Charge Aug 23, 2017
FBI - New Orleans Division
FBI - New Orleans Division

Jeffrey S. Sallet was named Special Agent in Charge of the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) New Orleans Division in November 2015 by Director James Comey.  Prior to this assignment Mr. Sallet was the Section Chief (SC) of the Public Corruption and Civil Rights Section of the Criminal Investigative Division within the FBI.  In this capacity, he had oversight and responsibility over all Public Corruption, Civil Rights, International Human Rights, Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA), Antitrust, International Money Laundering and Threat Finance investigations FBI wide.  Mr. Sallet spearheaded several new FCPA initiatives to include: overseas deployments of Agents and Analysts using a newly developed corruption matrix, forging new strategic private sector relationships, advancing internal FBI FCPA training geared toward a proactive shift utilizing sophisticated techniques and implementing a unique corruption global intelligence collection platform.

Prior to his role as SC, he was the Assistant Special Agent In Charge (ASAC) of the Boston Division of the FBI, the number two position in the region.  The Boston Division of the FBI’s territory includes the states of Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Maine and New Hampshire.  ASAC Sallet's operational responsibility included White Collar Crime, Public Corruption. Healthcare Fraud, and Civil Rights matters.

Mr. Sallet also managed the Boston Division's Counterterrorism and Crisis Management programs.  Mr. Sallet led the coordinated law enforcement response and investigation of the Boston Marathon Bombings, which resulted in the identification and capture of the suspects in approximately 104 hours.  Mr. Sallet was prominently featured in the National Geographic Channel's, "Inside the Hunt for the Boston Bombers", a two-hour special detailing the initial investigation and response.

Prior to his promotion in May of 2012, Mr. Sallet served five years as the Supervisory Senior Resident Agent (SSRA) of the Providence, Rhode Island Office of the FBI. In this position he was responsible for all Counter Terrorism, Public Corruption, Civil Rights, Government Fraud and Organized Crime investigations for the State of Rhode Island.  Mr. Sallet was also the Program Coordinator for all organized crime investigations for the FBI's Boston Division.  During his tenure as the SSRA of FBI Providence, Mr. Sallet led an investigative effort which resulted in the indictment and conviction of long time New England La Cosa Nostra (NELCN) Boss Luigi "Baby Shanks" Manocchio on racketeering charges.  The investigation also resulted in the near dismantlement of the Rhode Island faction of the NELCN.

Prior to his assignment at FBI Providence Mr. Sallet served approximately two years as a Supervisory Special Agent (SSA) in the La Cosa Nostra Unit at FBI Headquarters and for approximately eight years in the New York Division of the FBI.  While in the New-York Office Mr. Sallet investigated Organized Crime, Public Corruption, Labor Racketeering and Counterterrorism.

Cyndi Nguyen/ La Advisory Committe Civil Rights Aug 30, 2017
Multiculturalism
Special Meeting Sep 08, 2017
Mayoral Debate

We will be hosting a mayoral debate on Friday, September 8th.  This will be in lieu of our regular Wednesday meeting.  Details to come.  Guests are welcome.